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Marmoset lymphoblastoid cells as a sensitive host for isolation of measles virus.
B95-8, an Epstein-Barr virus-transformed marmoset B-lymphoblastoid cell line, and its derivative B95a, capable of attachment to a substrate surface, were 10,000-fold more sensitive to measles virusExpand
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Molecular Typing of S-alleles through Identification, Characterization and cDNA Cloning for S-RNases in Sweet Cherry
This report identifies S-RNases of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) and presents information about cDNA sequences encoding the S-RNases, which leads to the development of a molecular typing system forExpand
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Persimmon Genetics and Breeding
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Identification of stylar RNases associated with gametophytic self-incompatibility in almond (Prunus dulcis).
Stylar proteins of 13 almond (Prunus dulcis) cultivars with known S-genotypes were surveyed by IEF and 2D-PAGE combined with immunoblot and N-terminal amino acid sequence analyses to identifyExpand
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Identification and Characterization of S-RNases in Tetraploid Sour Cherry (Prunus cerasus)
This report demonstrates the presence of S-ribonucleases (S-RNases), which are associated with gametophytic self-incompatibility (SI) in Prunus L., in styles of self-incompatible and self-compatibleExpand
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Identification of a non-S RNase, a possible ancestral form of S-RNases, in Prunus
This study identifies and characterizes a basic non-S RNase in the styles with stigmas of sweet cherry ( Prunus avium L.), a member of the Rosaceae subfamily Amygdaloideae, which has an RNase-basedExpand
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Plaque assay and primary isolation of influenza a viruses in an established line of canine kidney cells (MDCK) in the presence of trypsin
A wide variety of influenza A viruses, comprising human, equine, porcine, and avian strains, grew productively in an established line of canine kidney cells (MDCK) under an overlay medium containingExpand
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Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Analysis for Studying Genetic Relationships among Mangifera Species in Thailand
The phylogenetic relationships among 14 Mangifera L. species including three economically important species, i.e., common mango (M. indica L.), horse mango (M. foetida Lour.) and kwini (M. odorataExpand
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Characterization of major structural proteins of measles virus with monoclonal antibodies.
We have prepared and characterized monoclonal antibodies against five major structural proteins, i.e. the HA, P, NP, F and M proteins, of measles virus. At least three non-overlapping antigenic sitesExpand
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B95a, a marmoset lymphoblastoid cell line, as a sensitive host for rinderpest virus.
We reported earlier that B95a, an Epstein-Barr virus-transformed marmoset B lymphoblastoid cell line, is more susceptible to infection with measles virus than other cells. The cell line also wasExpand
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